Two members of the Corps attended the first Garden Party at Buckingham Palace for 2019 on Thursday 15 May. During the afternoon, they met FANY (PRVC) Commandant-in-Chief, HRH The Princess Royal.
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On the night of 18th May 1918, members of the St Omer Convoy were called out to evacuate patients after a bombing raid had hit a local ammunition dump. During the evacuation there was a second wave of bombing but the FANYs and VADs who formed the Convoy, refused to take cover and continued transporting patients.Read more
It was our privilege to to play a part in the fight against Covid-19. Over the past 100 years, our role has moved away from nursing, but compassion remains key to what we do.Read more
On the eve of VE Day 75 we remember the unveiling of the FANY memorial plaque to its war dead. On it were inscribed the names of 52 FANYs who had died on duty overseas and in the UK during the Second World War. For some, those lost at sea or murdered in concentration camps and with unknown graves, it was their first commemorative recognition.Read more